Book Reviews


Reviewed in the United States on July 18, 2020

This is a very good book, however, it isn’t the kind of reading that I can do quickly. I prefer to digest texts like this over time so that I can actually consider the information and ideas before moving onto the next series of ideas.

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Reviewed in the United States on July 2, 2020


Supreme Realization: Healing, Joy, Prosperity & Peace

Supreme Realization
4 Star Review

Supreme Realization is a nonfiction book that made conscious efforts to provide answers to questions that have been lingering over the generations about Christianity. Today, not a few Christians have had reasons to ask one or two questions about some doctrines they felt are either confusing or illogical, but unfortunately, those who should provide in-depth answers are often either evasive or worse still, reprimand them for being critical of what they term as sacred believes that ought not to be questioned.

The author of this book is like some curious Christians who sought for clear answers, but unlike most others who were intimidated into submission, he refused to let go, and thus began a journey that took him years to study deeply about not just Christianity alone but other world religions, as well as science and philosophy. In the process, losing his wife, children, investments, home, friends etc. However, the result of his in-depth and all-encompassing study is what we have here—a radical revelation, based on facts that will help you to understand all the issues that have puzzled your mind.

Supreme Realization is written in a refreshing way, and backed with biblical verses that will help you to achieve spiritual growth that is based on self-realization of what is expected of you as a Christian. You will be surprised to discover perspectives and meanings that have always been there, but just that many haven’t been courageous enough to dig beyond the surface!

“It is an interesting work as it beautifully combines personal biography of a spiritual journey, with deep reflections of a mystical nature on the interface of Christian experience with Advaita experience. It is theology, spirituality, mysticism and challenge to the Churches and their current approach to ministry.”

— Felix Wilfred

“It is a bold and persuasive book on mysticism.”

— Kieran Kavanaugh

“It is a book of inoculations and how they beautifully unfold themselves into profound answers as we continue to read.”

— Karen Zeznik

“There were fifteen years of scholastic work involved in writing this book.”

— Misiha Das

“It is a wonderful book, but I am glad you wrote it. Had I written a book like this, they would have thrown me out of the community.”

— Anonymous Benedictine Monk